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Saturday, 9 April 2016

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Wednesday, 22 July 2015

ICC Releases New Anti-Corruption Guide for SMEs

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released “Anti-corruption Third Party Due Diligence”, a new guide to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) assess and manage corruption risks associated with engaging third party suppliers.

SMEs are often on the receiving end of burdensome due diligence procedures of large multinational companies. These requirements can be overwhelming and often companies feel they do not have sufficient resources to meet them. This new ICC anti-corruption tool addresses these concerns and inspires businesses to engage in due diligence by creating achievable and manageable due diligence goals.

"Corruption hinders economic growth and erodes trust in both businesses and governmental institutions," said Viviane Schiavi, Senior Policy Manager of the ICC Commission on Corporate Responsibility and Anti-corruption, and Co-chair of the B20 Anti-corruption Task Force Training Work Stream.

"It remains a major barrier that impacts businesses negatively by increasing the costs of doing business -especially for SMEs - and undermining the quality of both products and services. SMEs are drivers of economic growth in many economies yet often they need relevant training to do their part for responsible supply chains and sustainable growth."

This indispensable ICC guide addresses SMEs' need for capacity building on integrating global supply chains in an ethical and responsible way. It provides practical advice on how SMEs can cost-effectively conduct due diligence on third parties they engage to perform services on their behalf."

This new anti-corruption tool is a direct response to the Turkish G20 and B20 efforts to implement concrete actions for private sector integrity, especially to empower SMEs in their fight against corrupt activities. It also supports one of the key United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, to be adopted during the UN's General Assembly in September, which will work towards substantially reducing corruption and bribery in all its forms.
ICC has been a pioneer in the business fight against corruption, and is at the forefront of the development of ethics, anti-corruption and corporate responsibility advocacy codes and guidelines. The new guide will complement ICC's robust suite of anti-corruption tools, which includes the Ethics and Compliance Training Handbook .

Thursday, 16 July 2015

DrBiz Forum : Transforming Challenges to Opportunity.

DrBiz Forum : Transforming Challenges to Opportunity. 
Indian Economic Development towards a High Income Economy: Moving Up The Innovation Value Chain.

A forum by well known panel of subject matter experts to discuss Business Opportunities and sectors to look into by Malaysian Indian Businessmen.

Thursday, 11 December 2014

LET's Meet Up Get Connected Dec 4, 2014 Business Session

LET's Meet Up Get Connected Dec 4, 2014 Business Session

Congratulations for being part of Let's Meet Up Get Connected Business Session held on Dec 4, 2014 at Sime Darby Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur. As non profit and non governmental organisation championing the right of Indian Business Community in Klang Vallley, Klang Indian Chamber of Commerce had done it's part of igniting the importance of Get Connected among ourselves first.

We need to look into "tomorrow's clients" says CEO of Agenda Suria Communication when attending Business Networking Session. Meanwhile, Mr S. Arikrishnan, Founder and Executive Secretary of Klang Indian Chamber of Commerce whom initiated first Let's Meet Up Get Connected session believes that if businesses opportunities among people of Indian origin itself tremendous. "We need to expand opportunities within ourselves, develop and equip our business acumen ship with necessary knowledge before pin pointing others not doing enough for us," Mr S.Arikrishnan added.  

Based on our experience of organising business networking sessions, only small percentage of participants shall disclose to us any successful transactions arise by attending such events.  "But, what is very important is that we made the first connection.  I would like to thank Mr V Bhaawaani and Mr Cletus De Rozario of Advance Vision Services Sdn Bhd and Mr Jag Rao Simmancha CEO of Agenda Suria Communications Sdn Bhd for collating all their resources to make Let's Meet Up Get Connected sessions huge success.  The fee collected just nice to pay up venue and food and they top up their own money to cover all other cost beside months of time in planning and other ground works. All of them work tirelessly without any hope to gain financial returns," S Arikrishnan, Founder of Klang Indian Chamber of Commerce added.

We also thank Y Bhg Datuk A T Kumararajah, Director of SEED, Y Bhg Datuk A Kohilan Pillay , High Commission of India , Malaysia South Asia Chamber of Commerce, Malaysian Indian Business Magazine,, Astro , Tamil newspapers and members of Klang Indian Chamber of Commerce for their support neither directly or indirectly.

Sunday, 30 November 2014



The twelfth edition of the annual BioAsia is being organized by the Federation of Asian Biotech Associations (FABA) with the support of Department of Biotechnology (DBT) during Feb 2-4, 2015 in Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad, India.

BioAsia 2015 will be organized with the theme of "New Era of Life Sciences" to symbolize the transitioning phase of opportunities in India. As it is widely recognized, the Indian biotech industry is thriving with
opportunities and is on the threshold of entering a New Era of growth and positivity, promising extraordinary growth and an innovation driven bioeconomy. Under this backdrop, the BioAsia 2015 will focus on the global
trends including Drug Discovery, Digital Health & Healthcare IT, Clinical research, Public Health and Access Rapid Diagnostics, etc.

Pharmaceuticals Export Promotion council of India (Pharmexcil) is organizing International Buyer Seller Meet
and Regulatory Meet in the sidelines of BioAsia during Feb 2-4, 2015 at Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC), Hyderabad, India.Pharmexcil has invited buyers / importers dealing with Vaccines, Bio Services (Clinical Research/DROs), Biogenerics (biosimilars), Diagnostics, Oncology Drugs, Monoclonal Antobodies, Veterinary Biological, Insulin, Statins, Medical Devices and Surgicals.

Highlights of the Meet:

Ø One-to-One Business meetings with Indian Pharmaceutical exporters and buyers from major import destinations

Ø Exhibition of Indian companies

Ø Publication of Show Catalogue, Market data of the top 10 export destinations

Pharmexcil will be providing Economy Class / Excursion Air Tickets to and fro airfare & local hospitality during the Pharma Meet, to some select delegates. Selection will be done by Pharmexcil directly. In case you and any of your members are keen to avail this opportunity, they should contact Mr. Nagappan directly details given 

For any additional information on the event, contact directly Mr. Shakthi M. Nagappan, Chief Executive Officer, BioAsia at or Tel: +91 40 66446477.

Saturday, 8 November 2014


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Monday, 22 September 2014


Indian PM Modi to unveil various incentives for trade under his MAKE IN INDIA Initiatives.
Klang Indian Chamber of Commerce invites all interested members to attended live telecast of the launching (online). Details will be made available soon.

Meanwhile, kindly review through the followings:

The following background documents  is available for viewing at

 1.    Power Point Presentation on “Making of Manufacturing Economy"
 2.    Power Point presentation on "India - The Investment Destination"
 3.    Note on  Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion initiatives
 4.    Brief on the various industrial corridors, NIMZ and industrial clusters